We’re halfway through October and there’s still no change at the top of the Steam Top Sellers as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds reigns supreme once again.
The highest new game to make the top ten is unsurprisingly Middle-earth: Shadow of War which arrived this week. Cuphead has slipped down a place but is still selling well having reached over a 1 million copies sold this week.
The Evil Within 2 manages a sixth place slot behind Divinity: Original Sin 2 which has done well for Larian. New this week is the Grim Dawn expansion Ashes of Malmouth which will probably sell quite a few copies but may not manage to stay in the top ten next week.
Ubisoft has just launched the Ghost Recon Wildlands new PvP deathmatch mode Ghost War which has spurred on some more sales thanks to discounts.
We’re not quite sure what it will take to knock PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds from the top spot, it’s been there since the start of the year. Unless every PC gamer has already bought it, it could be this year’s Christman No.1. Here’s how it all looks this week…
Steam Top Sellers
- #1 – PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS
- #2 – Middle-earth: Shadow of War
- #3 – Cuphead
- #4 – Middle-earth: Shadow of War
- #5 – Divinity: Original Sin 2
- #6 – The Evil Within 2
- #7 – Grim Dawn – Ashes of Malmouth Expansion
- #8 – Total War: WARHAMMER II
- #9 – Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
- #10 – Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Wildlands
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